B.M.S.

Guidelines for Admission to B.M.S

BACHELOR OF MANAGEMENT STUDIES (B.M.S.):

COURSE STRUCTURE:

FIRST YEAR B.M.S
Semester-I
1.1  Foundation of Human Skills – I
1.2  Introduction to Financial Accounts
1.3  Business Law
1.4 Business Statistics
1.5 Business Communication
1.6 Principles of Management
1.7 Introduction to Computers

Semester-II
2.1  Business Environment
2.2 Industrial Law
2.3 Computer Applications in Business
2.4 Managerial Economics – I
2.5 Business Mathematics
2.6 Introduction to Cost Accounting
2.7 Environmental Management

SECOND YEAR B.M.S
Semester-III
3.1 Management Accounting
3.2 Managerial Economics – II
3.3 Marketing Management
3.4 Business Aspects in Banking and
Insurance
3.5 Production & Materials Management
3.6 Strategic Management

Semester-IV
4.1  Productivity & Quality Management
4.2 Direct & Indirect Taxes
4.3 Export – Import Procedure and
Documentation
4.4 Co-operatives & Rural Markets
4.5 Research Methods in Business
4.6 Public Relations Management

THIRD YEAR B.M.S
Semester-V
5.1 Human Resources Management
5.2 Service Sector Management
5.3 Financial Management
5.4 Elements of Logistics and Supply
Chain Management
5.5 Business Ethics and Corporate
Social Responsibility
5.6 Elective – I
Special Studies in Marketing    OR
Special Studies in Finance       OR
E-Commerce
5.7 Project Work – I

Semester-VI
6.1 Entrepreneurship & Management of
Small and Medium Enterprises
6.2 Operation Research
6.3 International Finance
6.4 Indian Management Thought and Practices
6.5 International Marketing
6.6 Elective – II
Retail Management                  OR
Investment Analysis
and Portfolio Management       OR
Econometrics

A candidate for being eligible for admission to the B.M.S. Degree Course shall have passed XIIth Std. Examination of the Maharashtra Board of Higher Secondary Education or its equivalent examination & secured not less than 45% marks in Aggregate (40% in case of Reserved Category) at one and the same sitting. or Diploma in any Engineering branches with two years or three years or four years duration after S.S.C. conducted by the Board of Technical Education, Maharashtra State or its equivalent examination.

Duration  of the Course shall be six semester spread over 3 years.

I)    Original Mark Sheet of H.S.C. & Leaving Certificate along with two photo copies for F.Y. admission.
ii)    Original Mark sheet of Semester I & II along with 2 photo copies for S.Y. admission.
iii)    Original Mark sheet of Semester I, II, III & IV along with 2 photo copies for T.Y. admission.
iv)    For new admission to S.Y./T.Y.- NOC with enrolment details to be produced from the previous college.
v)    Two recent passport size photographs for all classes.
vi)    Address Proof (Photo copy of Ration Card/ Electricity Bill/Telephone Bill/ Passport/ Driving License) any one.
vii)     Caste Certificates (if applicable)
viii)    Eligibility Certificate (issued by University) for students coming from other than Maharashtra Board and Maharashtra Technical Board)
x)    Physically challenged candidates should produce the relevant certificate from competent authority.
Note:- In case the original mark sheet of H.S.C. has been submitted for admission to any college, certificate to that effect, signed by the Principal of that college must be produced.
R.4163 (i) Total number of lectures per theory paper shall be a minimum of 50 and a maximum of 55, each of 50 minutes duration.
R.4164 (ii) For Projects, the teacher shall initially engage about 5 lectures for orientation. The students shall visit a field for data collection and analyze the same. Before the report is finalized, the students shall present their findings to the faculty wherein the faculty shall provide guidelines for finalization of the same.

i.    The examination shall be conducted at the end of each Semester.
ii.    A paper shall carry 100 marks. The evaluation of the performance of the students in theory papers shall be on the basis of both Internal assessment (40%) and semester end examination (60%). Internal evaluation shall be on the basis of class assignments, group discussions, seminar, attendance etc. The semester end examination shall be held at the end of each semester and shall be of two hours duration.

i .    A student must get 50% of the marks in aggregate of internal and semester and examination with minimum of 40% marks in the internal and semester end examinations separately to pass the subject (for a student to pass the subject, the student must secure minimum of 40% of the marks allotted (i.e. 40 out of 100) in the internal and semester end examinations with minimum of 40% marks in internal and external examinations separately (16 out of 40 and 24 out of 60 marks separately)
ii.    A candidate shall be placed in First Class with Distinction if he/she secures a minimum of 50% marks in each theory paper and with a minimum Grade of C in each project in Semester V & VI and at least 70% marks in theory paper of Semester V & VI taken together in Aggregate.
iii.    A candidate shall be placed in First Class if he/she secures a minimum of 50% marks in each theory paper and with a minimum Grade of C in each project in Semesters V & VI and at least 60% marks in theory papers of Semesters V & VI taken together in aggregate.
iv.    A candidate shall be placed in Second Class if he/she secures a minimum of 50% marks in each theory paper and a minimum Grade of C in each project in Semesters V &VI  and less than 60% marks in theory papers of Semesters V & VI taken together in aggregate.
v.    a.    A candidate who fails in any particular theory paper shall be allowed to reappear for the theory paper.
However, his/her internal evaluation marks shall be carried over. But he/she shall not be entitled to any
class on passing.
b.    A candidate who passed in the semester end (theory) examination of any subject but fails in the internal             examinations shall appear for the internal examination of that subject only. The internal examination will
consist of one project of 40 marks and the same is to be divided into : 10 marks for presentation, 20 marks
for the hard copy of the project and 10 marks for the viva. However, his / her semester end examination
marks shall be carried forward but the student will not be entitled to any class on passing.
vi.        a.    A candidate shall be allowed to keep terms for semester II if he/she passes Semester I OR if he/she
fails in not more than two theory papers of Semester – I.
b.    A candidate shall be allowed to keep terms for Semester III, if he/she passes Semester I and Semester II OR if he/she fails in not more than two theory papers of Semester I and Semester II taken together.
c.    A candidate shall be allowed to keep terms for Semester IV, if he/she passed in each of Semester I, II and III OR if he/she passes Semester I and fails in not more than two theory papers of Semester II and Semester III taken together.
d.    A candidate shall be allowed to keep terms for Semester V, if he/she passes in each of Semester I, II, III and IV OR if he/she passes Semester I and Semester II and fails in not more than two theory papers of Semester III and Semester IV taken together.
e.    A candidate shall be allowed to keep terms for Semester VI, if he/she passes in each of Semester I, II, III, IV and V OR if he/she passes Semester I, Semester II and Semester III and fails in not more than two theory papers of Semester IV and Semester V taken together, irrespective of his/her Grade in Project I of Semester V.
f.    A candidate who does not secure a minimum grade of C in project I has to submit a fresh project till he/she secures a minimum grade of C.
vii.    The evaluation of projects I and viva-voce examination shall be by awarding grade in the seven point scale noted below:-
Number    1    2    3    4    5    6    7
Grade    O    A    B    C    D    E    F
Marks    75 – 100    65 – 74    55 – 64    50 – 54    35 – 49    25 – 34    0 – 24
A candidate shall have to obtain Grade C in this seven points scale grade in project evaluation viva-voce taken together to obtain 50% marks in project works.